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Late Summer Flowers (6534 readers)Contributed by amazon 02.04. 2007 10:35:14 Topic: Other / Books
While gardeners may be happy enough with their gardens in spring and early summer, few feel so confident about prolonging the display. Thankfully, Late Summer Flowers shows how to extend the blooming season. By choosing plants that have a late flowering season, or offer such bonuses as attractive foliage, seedheads, or berries, it is possible to get the best from the garden in late summer and autumn. ...
Planting the Dry Shade Garden (9000 readers)Contributed by amazon 11.08. 2011 12:26:23 Topic: Other / Books Match on Title
The Best Plants for the Toughest Spot in Your Garden In this book youll learn how to prune selectively to admit more light and how to amend soil to increase its moisture retention. Youll also learn about more than 130 plants that accept reduced light and moisture levels-long-blooming woodland gems like epimediums and hellebores, and even lush foliage plants like evergreen ferns and hardy gingers, shrubs, climbers, perennials, ground covers, bulbs, annuals, and perennials - there is an entire pal ...
Tulipa 'Blushing Apeldoorn' - tulip (16194 readers)Contributed by havlis 02.04. 2008 14:40:39 Topic: Plants / Bulbs Match on Title
Darwin hybrids were created by crossing formerly wild species of tulip from Central Asia (t.fosteriana). The result being huge flowers with almost regular pyramid shape before they open, brilliant colours, and tall, sturdy stems – excellent for cutting. Moreover, they can stand a little neglect if you leave them in the ground for a few years. That on the proviso you do not cut off the leaves before they wither. ...
Tulipa (Darwin hybrid) 'Blushing apeldoorn' - tulip (1875 readers)Contributed by havlis 19.05. 2016 10:53:08 Topic: Plants / Bulbs Match on Title
Darwin hybrids were created by crossing formerly wild species of tulip from Central Asia (tulipa fosteriana). The result being huge flowers with almost regular pyramid shape before they open, brilliant colours, and tall, sturdy stems – excellent for cutting. Moreover, they can stand a little neglect if you leave them in the ground for a few years. That on the proviso you do not cut off the leaves before they wither. ...
Helleborus 'Mrs. Betty Ranicar' - Hellebore (9295 readers)Contributed by amazon 10.07. 2007 14:25:52 Topic: Plants / Perennials Match on Title
Helleborus Mrs Betty Ranicar is named after a fine Tasmanian plantswoman, and is an orientalis hybrid that produces crowds of fantastic, heavily double, snowy white blooms that will be a delight amongst vivid spring bulbs in the shady border. Be one of the first to grow such a top quality double Helleborus from seed! ...Contributed by havlis 16.02. 2008 19:39:13 Topic: Plants / Deciduous Shrubs Match on Title
ENDLESS SUMMER® | Attention, hydrangea lovers! Are you sick and tired of never-ending grieving upon your frost-damaged hydrangeas that only make a jungle of leaves but no blossoms? Continue reading as we have a life-altering experience for you! Two decades after its discovery in the USA there is a plant being imported and distributed also in Europe. Does it sound like a cheap TV shop commercial? Well, it might. But you know what – it is true! The plant is called ENDLESS SUMMER® and was bred by t ...
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